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Mobilitat i intercanvi

Would you like to come?


Oficina de Relacions Exteriors
Mòdul 20 
Campus Montilivi Mapa
17003 Girona

Raquel Solà
Tel. 972 418 028


New opening hours for public: from Mon to Fri.: from 12 to 14 h.

Would you like to come to the Universitat de Girona?

Girona: vista de les cases de l'Onyar 


Welcome to the Universitat de Girona, a part of the Catalan public university system. Thank you for your interest in our institution. We hope this information will be useful to you.



Please keep in mind that access to the University as a student holding an undergraduate degree might require the completion of some legal  steps. If you’d like to know about the steps related to the Catalan university system, click here.

Of course, grants opportunities are an important part of that decision. The University of Girona offers some grants for international students studying at our institution. They can be found in this link. Remember, though, that some external institutions also offer these kinds of opportunities: the Spanish Agency for International Development Cooperation (AECID) and the Ministry of Education.


If you are a VISITING STUDENT, you must read the Rules for visiting students in studies of first and/or second cycle.


If you’d like to be an EXCHANGE STUDENT, go to the bottom of this page and choose the appropriate profile.


  • If your interest is RESEARCH, in this link you will find a short presentation about how it is organised at our University.


For practical and legal information we strongly recommend that you contact AGAUR. This is not a University of Girona service. It is offered by the Catalan Government and provides plenty of useful information for researchers.

The University of Girona hopes to welcome you as a member of our community. In the meantime, if you would like to know about some other aspects of our University, have a look at our web page.


Select a profile


The UdG offers a wide range of studies at the bachelor’s, master’s, doctoral and postgraduate and specialisation levels.


  • If you are a MOBILITY PROGRAMME OR EXCHANGE STUDENT, your primary contact will be the ORE, but it is also essential that you consult the metro line of steps or procedures to follow. Keep in mind the difference between “mandatory stops”, or steps you must take, and “optional stops”, which you are recommended to read.
  • If you are coming to the UdG to complete a PLACEMENT in one of its faculties, schools or departments, send your CV to, clearly indicating the programme of study, the type of work, or in which department or unit you would like to complete the placement, and when you are available to do it. We will check the availability of placements and get back to you as soon as possible.
  • If you have a previous agreement with a unit of the UdG to complete a placement, you should have received an e-mail message officially inviting you to the University of Girona and asking you to complete an online questionnaire. If you have not received the e-mail message, it is recommended that you write to stating the circumstances of and the reasons for your stay (your home institution, the faculty or school you will be in, the host at the UdG, etc.).  This will provide us with the information we need to correct the situation.